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Word of the Day 04/25/17 Frenemy

Frenemy (noun)
frenemy [fren-uh-mee]


noun
1. Informal. a person or group that is friendly toward another because the relationship brings benefits, but harbors feelings of resentment or rivalry: Clearly, turning the competition into frenemies is good for your business.

Sometimes, frienemy.



Origin: First recorded in 1950-55; fr(iend) + enemy

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